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    Ad·u·late
    /ˈajəˌlāt/

    verb

    • 1. praise (someone) excessively: "he was adulated in the press"
  2. Adulation definition, excessive devotion to someone; servile flattery. See more.

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  4. rave definition: 1. to speak in an uncontrolled way, usually because you are upset or angry, or because you are ill…. Learn more.

  5. Synonyms for admire include appreciate, respect, praise, applaud, commend, esteem, honor, honour, laud and prize. Find more similar words at wordhippo.com!

  6. verb tr., intr.: 1. To describe, define, or perform something in terms of itself. 2. To perform an operation by repeated application of a technique, such that the results of the first step are put through the same technique again.

  7. Synonyms for want to include wanna, would like to, aspire, desire, want, seek, desire to, hope for, hope to and long for. Find more similar words at wordhippo.com!

  8. In the second part (Sections 2-3, 5-8), Hume establishes the psychological principles that give rise to popular religious belief. His thesis is that natural instincts—such as fear and the propensity to adulate—are the true causes of popular religious belief, and not divine intervention or rational argument.

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